NSBA launches national campaign to support public education
March 27, 2014
In partnership with state associations including OSBA, the National School Boards Association (NSBA) has launched www.standup4publicschools.org, a new national campaign to highlight the importance of public education.
The "Stand Up 4 Public Schools" campaign features celebrity advocates and public school graduates. Sal Khan, founder of the not-for-profit Khan Academy, is the campaign’s first celebrity advocate. Two other household names will also be featured: basketball legend and business mogul Earvin “Magic” Johnson and talk show host Montel Williams.
The campaign's website includes a selection of resources for local board members and the public and a six-step outline for success, from "getting informed" all the way to "getting results."
"This presents a wonderful opportunity for local Oregon school board members to stand together with their peers from across the country," said Betsy Miller-Jones, OSBA's executive director.
The campaign website can be found at http://standup4publicschools.org.
For more information on the campaign and further resources, click here.